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    Hello everyone,

    I am DeMolay 8613 and I have experience in QBasic, and Visual Basic 2008 Express Edition. I'm not a pro in both, but I do know a decent amount of each. I guess you could qualify me as an intermediate on both languages. I just recently thought about learning Java and was looking for a website that provides me with an easy to understand way to learn the Java language and that is how I came across this forum.

    DeMolay8613


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    Hello and welcome, I myself used to do QBasic many moons ago. I hope we can help you on your way with learning Java, I'm sure you'll like it.

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    Thanks, and I'd like to start off by asking if anyone knows of a website that helps a person learn the Java language that makes it easy for a teenager to understand?

    DeMolay8613

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    Just use Java Suns website and then google unclear topics

    Welcome!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Freaky Chris View Post
    Just use Java Suns website and then google unclear topics

    Welcome!!!!

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    Java's website is the first placed that I tried learning it and I still didn't understand it.

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